Monday, November 22, 2010

November Potluck with Giada!


It's time for one of our favorite themes here at I Heart Cooking Clubs, the Potluck theme!

Choose any recipe you'd like, just as long as it's a recipe by Giada De Laurentiis!

We can't wait to see how you fill your plate. Will it be with a quick weeknight meal? A comforting breakfast? A light snack to help get you through the day? Maybe you're still looking for that one last recipe to add to your Thanksgiving table?

Of course, it's possible with the holidays fast approaching, that you are starting to feel the stress of the season. The best way to cope with the stress is to bring out The Three C's: Chocolate, Caffeine, and Cocktails, all great coping mechanisms. In the end, whichever recipe you choose is up to you!

Please make and post your Giada De Laurentiis November Potluck recipe by Sunday, November 28th. Don't forget to link your post of the week's with Mr. Linky below, so we can all enjoy your fabulous Giada potluck creation! And do remember to leave a comment after, each week that you use Mr. Linky to link your post, just to be sure we don't miss anyone.

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If you missed the Fall Favorites theme last week, be sure to head on over and see all of the delicious fall-inspired dishes everyone made!


I Heart Cooking Clubs * Giada November Potluck* Participants

1. Yvette-Spaghetti with aragula pest and seared jumbo shrimp
2. Tina Marie - Garlic Citrus Chicken
3. Joanne - Butternut Squash and Vanilla Risotto
4. Michelle~Lemon-Caper Yogurt Sauce (on fish po'boys)
5. Natashya - Linguini with Scallops and Lemon Oil
6. Beth Anne - Zuppa Stracciatella
7. Lemon - Why is Giada not 350 pounds?? - Risotto
8. DebinHawaii--White Bean & Roasted Eggplant Hummus
9. Spicy Tomato Soup - Giada
10. Kelly - Baked Mashed Potatoes
11. Lucia - Homemade Fettuccini with Vodka Sauce
12. Kim- Turkey & Cranberry Ravioli
13. Couscous & Consciousness - Peanut Butter Granola Bars
14. Nonna Luna's Rice
15. Alex@amoderatelife-cheese-stuffed dates with prosciutto

16 comments:

Debinhawaii said...

Great post Kim! I love Potluck ... now if only I could remember what I was going to make for it. ;-)

Yvette said...

I'm the first this week, after missing out last weeks fun. Curious what the rest of you Will be making!
For the people celebrating thanksgiving: i wish them a happy holiday!

girlichef said...

Yay Potluck!!

Pierce said...

I love Potluck!!!!!!! I am off to work and jsut had time to link so i will be visiting later!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Yay, I love Potluck too. ☺
And I am digging that shot with the plates, very groovy!

MM said...

Great photos!

I didn't think I'd have anything this week and knew I wouldn't have time to whip up anything. But then I remembered that I used Giada's Lemon Caper Yogurt Sauce to dress a po'boy. What luck!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Pasta is up! Garlic, lemon, pasta and scallops. What's not to like?!

Ty'sMommy said...

Woo Hooo! I made it in this week! :)

Debinhawaii said...

Just posted the very tasty White Bean & Roasted Eggplant Hummus. ;-)

chayacomfycook said...

This soup ended up being absolutely delicious. I needed a quick recipe for dinner and this was it. It is filling and flavor full or is it flavorful?

Cook of the House said...

I finally posted Giada's Baked Mashed Potato dish that I made for Canadian Thanksgiving over a month ago just in time for American Thanksgiving.

Lucia from Madison said...

Yeah I'm back! Was unable to keep up with this of the past couple of weeks. Sometimes life just muddles thing up a bit.
The pasta recipe I used is going to be my go to recipe from here on. It came out sooooooo good. I should have made the whole recipe instead of being practical and making only what was "enough". Eating too much pasta in not bad for you is it?

Kim said...

Mmmmmm....turkey and cranberry ravioli. A new Giada favorite!

Couscous & Consciousness said...

I'm running rather late this week, but have just managed to squesk in with Peanut Butter Granola Bars :-)
Sue

Joanna said...

Some great dishes this week! I was unimpressed by mine, so that's strike 2! Bummer!

a moderate life said...

Hey ladies! Well, my hand is better finally, but now my daughter has a fever! Oh the lovely life of a momma! Had a few minutes to finally post up a Giada recipe we served as an appetizer for our Thanksgiving, so I put it under the November potluck! These Cheese-stuffed dates with prosciutto were delicious and I will make them again! Reminder to anyone who has any bittman recipes they want to link up to our tackling bittman monthly linky, it is live now until thursday! Please visit at a moderate life! Hugs all! and Welcome to december!
Alex